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cd to /var/log/portage and ran command ll -og | grep Aug\ 13 | sed "s/^.*Aug 13 //" to get a list of what ran that day... 06:10 app-admin:perl-cleaner-2.16:20140813-101043.log 06:53 app-admin:syslog-ng-3.4.8:20140813-105115.log 06:10 Attachments: signature.asc (0.18 KB) waltdnes at waltdnes Aug15,2014,9:00PM Post #10 of 15 (3089 views) Permalink Re: Re: Kernel 3.14.14 build failure at DEPMOD stage [In reply to] On Fri, Aug 15, 2014 at Rebuilt with this and all is fine. I have 2 scripts sitting in /usr/src which I run from > > /usr/src/linux. https://lists.ozlabs.org/pipermail/linuxppc-embedded/2006-March/022293.html
glibc? I am running this from my linux 22.214.171.124 sources directory. So I did the following from the commandline from directory /usr/src/linux cp arch/x86_64/boot/bzImage /boot/kernel-test cp System.map /boot/System.map-test cp .config /boot/config-test Then I... * added a "Test" entry to lilo.conf * ran Attachments: signature.asc (0.18 KB) waltdnes at waltdnes Aug16,2014,11:56AM Post #14 of 15 (3080 views) Permalink Re: Re: Kernel 3.14.14 build failure at DEPMOD stage [In reply to] On Sat, Aug 16, 2014 at
If you want to run "depmod", you must overwrite the Makefile's default setting of DEPMOD to use a cross version of depmod instead. > I do want to solve this problem, So the Yosemite board is the thumb drive. kmod? waltdnes at waltdnes Aug14,2014,1:24AM Post #3 of 15 (3125 views) Permalink Re: Re: Kernel 3.14.14 build failure at DEPMOD stage [In reply to] On Wed, Aug 13, 2014 at 05:58:44PM -0700, walt There is a init script to start the daemon.
Do you do "make modules_install" when building a kernel? > > > > I'm lazy. glibc? Gentoo is a trademark of the Gentoo Foundation, Inc. https://archives.gentoo.org/gentoo-user/message/c0cfbf754e7a16d521547222ff87ee01 Just a few random ideas that may help the > old bulb light up :) > > Can you re-emerge 3.12.13 without any errors?
thereby setting all the new config options that came with 126.96.36.199 to their defaults. Yes, that's what I did and all's well. This is a notebook that hadn't been updated for a month or so. But no modules.dep file gets created by depmod.
I see. > > Your native system's (x86 ?) module utilities (depmod, modprobe) do > > not understand PowerPC modules. http://marc.info/?l=linuxppc-embedded&m=114168415618916 If anyone has seen this I'm interested in hearing about it. > > Thanks, Drake. > > Nope, never seen or heard of this, does depmod execute on its own? Stable x86_64. I have it aliased to run 'ls -laF|less' but yours is obviously something else. neil at digimed Aug15,2014,1:03PM Post #9 of 15 (3075 views) Permalink Re: Re: Kernel 3.14.14 build failure at DEPMOD
So far as I understand System.map file in /boot has no effect on the actual startup itself, but will affect the accuracy of error reporting if any get reported. http://divxpl.net/make/make-size-before-error-255.html linux-headers? After running "make menuconfig" or "make oldconfig" I > > run ../makeover which goes like so... > > > > #!/bin/bash > > make && \ > > make modules_install && make modules_install fails with [_modinst_post] Error 139 Wolfgang Denk wd at denx.de Tue Mar 7 06:59:26 EST 2006 Previous message: make modules_install fails with [_modinst_post] Error 139 Next message: make modules_install
And yes, /usr/src/linux-3.14.14-gentoo/scripts/depmod.sh line 57 is... "$DEPMOD" "[email protected]" "$KERNELRELEASE" $SYMBOL_PREFIX -- Walter Dnes <waltdnes [at] waltdnes> I don't run "desktop environments"; I run useful applications w41ter at gmail Aug13,2014,5:58PM Post #2 of 15 Hammel | Give me the strength to change the things I The Graphics Muse | can, the grace to accept the things I can't mjhammel at graphics-muse.org | change, and a Do you do "make modules_install" when building a kernel? > > I'm lazy. Source I have it aliased to run 'ls -laF|less' but > yours is obviously something else.
perl? I have a /mnt/lfs/sbin/depmod (actually, /mnt/lfs-mips), but that is a MIPS binary so that shouldn't be getting used. de [Download message RAW] Dear John, in message <[email protected]> you wrote: > > I want to simulate an USB thumb drive using the Yosemite's device > interface.
Thanks Reply With Quote 05-30-2009 #2 vonbiber View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Just Joined! The production kernel is call "Production" and new builds always go as "Experimental". Stable x86_64. Only after booting and running successfully for a couple of weeks do I run my "promote" script which copies the Experimental kernel and map and .config backup files over top of
I tried both "perl-cleaner --all" and "perl-cleaner --reallyall", but I still have the problem. Previous message: make modules_install fails with [_modinst_post] Error 139 Next message: make modules_install fails with [_modinst_post] Error 139 Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ Well, if you have no modules and CONFIG_MODULES=n you can't expect depmod to work. http://divxpl.net/make/make-top-o-error-1.html I've googled this and quite a lot of other people seem to have hit the same problem ...
Has gcc been updated recently? BTW, the kernel build scripts do use python as well as perl. Fortunately, I always keep 2 kernels around. At the DEPMOD stage near the very end I get... > > > > DEPMOD 3.14.14-gentoo > > /usr/src/linux-3.14.14-gentoo/scripts/depmod.sh: line 57: 27721 > > Segmentation fault "$DEPMOD" "[email protected]" "$KERNELRELEASE" $SYMBOL_PREFIX >
Loaded it into menuconfig and saved it straight back out again ... Or use genlop with the --date option, much simpler genlop -l --date yesterday -- Neil Bothwick Just when you got it all figured out: An UPGRADE! If the pammodule is used, the daemon will autmatically start when somebody logs in. (via pam->dbus->start CK). I run a monolithic kernel, so modules won't be a problem. -- Walter Dnes <waltdnes [at] waltdnes> I don't run "desktop environments"; I run useful applications neil at digimed Aug14,2014,12:36PM Post #6 of
Contents reflect the opinion of the author, not the Gentoo project or the Gentoo Foundation. The production kernel is call "Production" and new builds always go as "Experimental". I have no /etc/modules.conf file.